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and with con stuks jobs scarce, mexicans inside the u.s. supporting families back home need bailing out themselves. all that plus the fox all-stars, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. the fireworks present at many healthcare town halls this month have a lot to do with whether the public believes that pelnnves that politicians are leveling with them, and the president's point man with the press was challenged today about some statement mrs. obama made that are not true. senior white house correspondent major garrett is checking the facts. >> the president's waging war against what he calls healthcare myths and disinformation. town halls like the one yesterday in new hampshire, the white house says, allowed him to do just that. >> the president went out of his way to bring up, in fact, service misinformation it turns out there to address it. >> but the president got it wrong yesterday when he said this about the powerful seniors lobby, aarp. >> we have the aarp onboard, because they know this is a good deal for our seen quors. >> aarp would not be endorsing a bi
. the allegations in clear, that donald rahm spelled -- rumsfeld wanted to use the color-coded threats system for political gain. in reference to the advice to americans to cover their homes in saran wrap secured by duct tape in the event of a biochemical attack, former justice department official said -- rich himself contradicts his own claim that he had been pressured, riding -- apparently, the white house did not call. elsewhere, he wrote that he was never directed to raise the tariff threat level "no matter how many analysts, pundits, or critics say so." bret: president obama today called the recession -- called the release of the pan am 103 bummer highly objectionable. his press secretary of -- described video of his welcome as offensive to those who lost loved ones on the flight, which was blown out of the sky over lockerbie, scotland, in 1988. he was freed because he has terminal prostate cancer. libyan authorities are keeping him out of sight to avoid hurting what was their steadily improving relationship with the u.s. the justice department is looking into whether military defense la
on using a loophole in federal law to expand fed involvement in the economy, and for appearing to heal wall street and big banks faster than main street and credit leveraged consumers. question, but not block. >> we do expect mr. bernanke to be reappointed with some noise. >> thank you, mr. president. >> the white house sprung the bernanke news to overshadowed news of massive leaks of red ink in the federal budget. the ten-year deficit was upped from $7 trillion to $9 trillion. on average, deficits is the difference between spending and revenue each year will average $900 billion for the decade. the public debt, the amount of credit taken out to pay for yearly deficits is projected to hit $17.5 trillion by 2019. in that year alone, interest on the debt will equal $774 billion. the administration blames these bad numbers on the prolonged recession, that and the failure, it says, the bush administration to pay for new programs and war fighting. >> certainly a significant chunk of that comes from the things that are getting passed from the bush administration directly, and almost all the rest
labor. instead, they are expected to get a ride home with bill clinton in comfort. >> u.s. officials said the plan to have former president bill clinton secure the release of the two american journalists was negotiated before he landed, and at the airport, he was greeted by north korea's top leaders, including its lead nuclear negotiator, but the white house insisted this was a private visit by the former president, and that he was not carrying any message from president obama. >> our focus right now is in insuring that the safety of two journalists that are in north korea right now. thaw is not how north korea's state-unnews agency characterized the visit, which included a dinner meeting with kim jung il. at the meeting place, bill clinton resphectsfully delivered barack obama's message to kim jung il. >> mr. clinton is the first high-level american to meet kim sing the north korean leader reportedly had a stroke last august, providing the dictator was a badly needed propaganda victory, according to former u.n. ambassador john bolton. >> obviously bringing a former president to nort
thousand jobs lost that are needed to stimulate the u.s. economy. bret: the administration is leaning hard on the senate to put more money into the cash for clunkers program. it warned today that if the senate fails to act, the popular incentive will run out of gas within days. white house correspondent wendell goler has the story. >> as ford announced its first monthly sales increase since the start of the recession, the cash for clunkers program, credited with helping the boost, was running on fumes and auto dealers were on the warpath. >> i think dealers are very angry. it should be obvious to a lot of money, there have been a lot of issues with the current administration. >> the white house says without senate approval of a house bill adding $2 billion in clunker funding, it can only guarantee rebates for a few more days. >> if it doesn't happen this week, it's unlikely that we will make it to the weekend with a program that can continue. >> republicans argued misreading the initial popularity in the clunkers' program means extending it might cost more than lawmakers expect. >> when th
that could further affect the health care reform debate. major garrett joins us live with details. good evening. >> the question is, can you slide $2 trillion under the door? it appears the president and his administration are trying to. a couple of moments ago, the office of management and budget confirmed that a new budget projection for the obama white house for the federal deficit will rise from $7 trillion up to $9 trillion. why? the recession is deeper than thought and will probably last longer or the economic recovery after it will be so shallow so as to not bring revenues back as originally projected. as to health care, the president does not lead chaos behind, but some degree of uncertainty. president obama left for a weeklong family vacation in martha's vineyard with his poll numbers declining and top democrats clashing of the future of the futureoption, a government-financed portion to private insurance market. the number two house democrats steny hoyer told reporters that the party might have to abandon the public option. >> i am for it, but i am also for passing a bill. the
interrogation programs provided useful intelligence to save lives. i want to read from one of the documents titled "detainees pivotal" since september 200 1-rbgs detainee reporting has been a killer of u.s. ev morts for law intelligence to capture additional terrorists an advancing our analysis of the al qaeda target. it has also provided unique insight into terrorist organizations including leadership, attack strategy and tactics. detainees have played some role in every cam tour of al qaeda member since 2002. bret: do we know how much of that information came from waterboarding? >> well, let me emphasize that we're still going through the last two documents, but what i was told from my contact this afternoon is that a significant portion of the intelligence that is detailed in these reports did come after khalid sheik mohammed was waterboarded. i was told he became what amounted to a human rolodex because of his knowledge about the al qaeda network and also its membership. bret: if you find anything else, let us know. thank you. >> i will. bret: house judiciary committee chairman john con
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the drums of war over u.s. troop movement in south america. all that plus the all-star panel, right here, right now. bret: welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. breaking news within the last few minutes. a federal jury has found former louisiana democratic congressman william jefferson guilty of bribery. this case is best known, you may remember, with the $90,000 federal agents found in his freezer. national correspondent catherine herridge joins us live with details. >> according to reports we are receiving from the federal courthouse in alex an dree ya, the former congressman has been found guilty of 11 of the charges against him, including bribery, in one of the most notorious trials in the beltway within years. he was accused of accepting $400,000 in bribes and $90,000 was found stashed in the freezer of his d.c. home and in addition he was accused of seeking millions more in exchange for putting together business deals in africa. he was indicted in june of 2007, two years after f.b.i. agents began amassing the bulk of the case against him. the evidence came from an f.b.i. informant
. >> this has to help us and bring a lot of people back to work, particularly in the supplier industries, the first, second and third tier suppliers and the assembly plants. >> with tens of billions of dollars already invested in chrysler and g.m., not everyone is happy with what they see as another federal bailout. >> maybe we should have a cash for cluckers program and pay people to eat chicken. >> we need a program to pay people to by lumber. >> if you're given free money, you like it, and you want more. that's what this program is. >> still, the house voted by 3-1 to reprogram $2 billion in energy efficiency money to the clunkers program. even supporters say the problem has problems. the clunkers are supposed to be destroyed within two days of the sale but getting a refund gets much longer. i have dealers that have submitted their paperwork and aren't hearing back. >> john mccain is so opposed to the expenditure, he's planning to filibuster when the senate votes next. >> a lot of people are going this weekend to look at buying a new car. >> the amount of money you get for your clunke
2006. white house correspondent wendell goler joins us live with details. good evening, wendell. >> good evening, bret. house judiciary committee chairman john conyers released 5,400 pages of e-mails and other documents he says show the white house under former president george w. bush was, quote, the driving force behind the removal of a number of u.s. attorneys. the ranking republican on that committee, lamar smith of texas disagrees. he says there is no credible evidence of wrongdoing in the documents. he has accused the obama administration of politicizing the justice department, for dropping the charges against several black panthers accused of voter intimidation in philadelphia this past november. former u.s. attorney david iglesias figures most prominently in the bush administration documents. he was strongly criticized by new new mexico republicans for not prosecuting alleged voter fraud in 2004 that they felt might have hurt a republican candidate. iglesias told the congressional committee his firing was a political flogging. iglesias said the decision had been made aft
ted kennedy dies of brain cancer, and will advocates of healthcare reform try to use kennedy's death to boost their cause? a former c.i.a. inspector general talks about dick cheney's influence in his report on enhanced interrogations and south carolina's embattled governor answered a call from list second in command to step down. all that, plus the fox all-stars, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm he bret baier. senator edward kennedy is being remembered are today as an iconic larger than life figure who was the anchor of america's first family of politics. kennedy died tuesday night at his cape cod home a little more than a year after being diagnosed with brain cancer. it was the final chapter in a he very public and often troubled life. >> at the end of our journey and always before us shines that ideal of liberty and justice for all. >> not by his own choosing, edward kennedy became the surrogate patriarch of a political dynasty, his life a series of triumphs an losses, all positions prominently in the public eye. he was the youngest of nine children, and by the ear
, and if congress creates government-run health insurance, should lawmakers have to use it? we report. you decide. all that, plus the fox all-stars. "special report" starts now. cheer clear chris: welcome to washington. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. the obama administration's cash for clunkers program is looking for a $2 billion refill. the senate is expected to vote before it goes on august recess whether to approve more money for rebates that have encouraged tens of thousands of people to trade in their own gas guzzlers for new more fuel efficient cars. white house correspondent wendell goler is live with an update. good evening, wendell. >> chris, this legislation passed by a 3-1 margin in the house an harry reid is confident he has the votes to pass it in the senate but lawmakers are spending hours debating amendments they know will be rejected just to get their objections on the record before they go home for the august break. as of yesterday, the clunkers program had burned through three-quarters of the billion dollars congress initially appropriated, suggesting the original $4 billi
-way crash was drunk and using marijuana. one popular magazine has found that texting while driving is more dangerous than being drunk. catherine herridge reports that what to do about it has become a front burner issue. >> the transportation secretary got right to the point. >> if it were up to me, i would ban drivers from texting immediately. >> whether it's train drivers texting, blamed for the death of 25 in a california cash last year, or those behind the wheel checking e-mail, a summit will bring together members of congress, transportation safety experts and academics to tackle the problem. >> the bottom line is we need to put an end to unsafe cell phone use, typing on blackberries, and other activities that require drivers to take their eyes off the road and their focus away from driving. >> a recent study by virginia tech's tans pore tation institute concludes that just dialing a cell phone increases the risk of a accident sixfold. also, truckers who text are 23 times more likely to have an accident than those drivers who don't. due to the growing body of evidence, the transportati
that some u.s. troops in afghanistan are refusing to follow. all that, plus the fox all-stars an and friday lightning round. "special report" starts right now. welcome to washington. i'm shannon bream in tonight for bret baier. memorials for the late senator kennedy continue. president obama will speak at tomorrow's fiewn al mass and major garrett reports that kennedy's death has left a void that could hamper the president's healthcare reform efforts. >> as the public morning continued, president obama worked on his eulogy on martha's vineyard conferring with his top advisor, david axelrod. the president has immersed himself in his vacation, setting aside the healthcare debate for a bike ride along the beach, a fried shim p lunch and a look from the white house. if he was looking for a deal maker, clout and timing, kennedy's death may have left mr. obama adrift. >> he was the only person who could go to the republicans an cut the deal and come back to the left and say this is good enough. we should take this. this might be all we can get right now. they would believe him. they would follow
a difference by making waves at town hall meetings a ray of hope for u.s. efforts against the taliban as one of its most notorious figures is cut down, and the gay community is disappointed with president obama. all that, the fox all-stars and the fry die lightning round. "special report" starts now. welcome to washington. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. president obama greeted better than expected unemployment numbers today saying the worst may be behind us, but senior white house correspondent major garrett reports no one, including the president, is getting carried away with the news. >> today we are pointed in the right direction. >> the president said so even though the white house still believes unemployment will rise to 10% by the end of the year t fell to 9.4% after the economy lost 247,000 jobs in july. the economy lost 741,000 jobs in january and the president, digging into his bag of metaphors said not so bad is pretty good. >> we have sart been in are a decline but we are turning this economy around. i am convinced that we can see a light at end of the tunnel. >> economists
to put the message out to people who haven't contacted them in any way. therefore, they're using a.o.l. the same way that a spammer would be. >> benjamin said he received the axelrod letter as a popup by the a.o.l. service. he doesn't like popups of any kind and not from the white house on healthcare. >> i'm not particularly interested in hearing from david axelrod. >> the white house has asked americans to send any fishy comments they have heard in the healthcare debate. the civil liberties union said it is not concerned about people receiving unsolicited e-mails but is unsettled on anyone who receives e-mails on dissent. >> if the white house is creating a list for whatever purpose of people who disagree with the president, that presents real problems. if people know that there is a chance that they will be on such a list, then i think people may feel inhibited in expressing their political views. with respect to people who have received e-mails that have never communicated with the white house, then the real question is how did the white house get those e-mail addresss? that is
in afghanistan, the u.s. commander says the taliban is winning. all that, plus the fox news all-stars, right here, right now. from washington, i'm bret baier. the top two democrats in the house of representatives today poured fuel on the fire over the hot tempered reaction to healthcare reform in many members' town hall sessions this month. carl cameron calls on the democrats' efforts to neutralize the critics. >> as democrats continued their orchestrated nationwide blitz of pro-healthcare town hall reform meetings, some tried to put down opponents in advance. >> raise your hand if you are so mad about the idea of federal healthcare reform you can't even think straight? proud and determined, healthcare reform opponents are turning out nationwide despite being branded thugs and a mob by democratic leaders. >> i believe that this so-called mob that some of us are being a part of, speaking out this tyrannical administration is the absolute essence of american freedom and democracy. >> democrats have denounced healthcare reform opponents as, quote, astroturf, meaning artificial gas roots organized by
, urged to use their pulpits to push for healthcare reform in the next 45 days. the president called it an ethical and moral obligation. as the death panel pop plagues says, it is bearing false witness. bret: some in the president's party are doing an end run around their republican colleagues and really putting the squeeze on their designated boog i didman in the private debate, private insurers. chief political correspondent carl cameron explains. >> an official letter from house democrats to a few dozen insurance companies may amount to the most blatant pressure politics yet to pass healthcare reform. the opening sentence reads almost like a warning "the committee on energy and commerce is examining executive compensation and other business practices in the bis health insurance industry." henry waxman, who chairs the health energy and commerce committee, and bart stau pack signed the letters but did not tell republicans about their plans. with >> cuss town hall meetings going on nationwide, and polls showing increased opposition to a government-run insurance program or so-called p
the u.s.? we report. you decide. here is white house correspondent wendell goler. >> answering questions at the summit of the americas monday, president obama seemed ambivalent about canada's single-payer healthcare system. >> i don't find canadians particularly scary, but i guess some of the opponents of reform think that they make a good bogeyman. >> mr. obama went on to say the canadian system wouldn't work in the u.s. but many american doctors believe it does some things better. >> our healthcare system delivers the highest quality of specialty care in the world. our primary care infrastructure is not good. >> canadians have a longer life expectancy, lower infant mortality rates and lower rates of obesity and diabetes than in the u.s.. their primary care doctors get paid more and they spend more time with their patients than dock doctors in the u.s.. >> we don't reimburse the valuation and management procedures as they sit and talk to patients. >> canadians also wait twice as long for non-emergency care and sometimes come to the u.s. for specialized treatment. dr. scott gottlieb says
planning an attack. the convoys are then watched closely. >> they watch us just like we watch them. we study them for tactics to better see how one or the other will real act to things. >> the chatter proves to be wrong and the convoy finally arrives at the base unharmed. >> i'm especially proud of my marines. nobody got hurt, and i chalk it up to training. >> these marines know, though, they have got to do it all over again on the way back. in helmand, afghanistan, greg palkot, fox news. chris: the navy has pinpointed where in iraq it found the remains of captain michael speicher whose fighter jet was found down at the start of the first gulf war in 1991. information from a bedouin who was 11 at the start of the war led them to a site 60 miles west of ramadi, found a nile and a half -- a found a mile and a half from the air aircraft wreckage. robert gates is furious that his new deputy secretary confirmation is held up. senators brownback and roberts are trying to keep detainees out of guantanomo out of ft. leavenworth, an senator sessions is angry with a water dispute with the army c
they ought to negotiate with israel and the u.s. pressure takes away a bargaining chip. >> when the administration takes that role, we relieve arab parties from making their own concessions. >> with hamas still in control of gaza, president abbas can't negotiate for all palestinians. >> president abbas is presiding over what i would say is a palestinian humpty dumpty. the government of israel cannot and will not make peace with half of the palestinian national movement. >> miller also says there's no consensus among israelis on what concessions they're willing to make in exchange for peace. he calls next month's talks a galactic challenge. he says there will be real consequences if the peace talks fail. bret. bret: wendell goler live on the north lawn. thank you. israelis are very skeptical of the latest report from the u.n.'s nuclear wash dog agency, reporting that iran has slowed down enrichment of nuclear fuel. israelis don't trust the u.n. and they trust iran even less. national security correspondent jennifer griffin gives us israel's take on when iran could have a nuclear
, he tells me, but we expect to deal with it all. >> unlike in past elections here, the u.s. military and international troops will play a support role ready to act if needed. last weekend's suicide blast just outside of the gates were a reminder that even the best security can't stop all terrorists. >> a very determined suicide bomber is extremely hard to prevent. >> it's not just kabul that is being targeted, as ballot boxes are shipped out on the vote, 60% of polling stations, especially in a taliban-dominated south, might not open. militants are threatening to cut off fingers to get to voting booths. still, the government remains undaunted. >> it will definitely go forward. we will definitely have elections in the country. >> kabul's cops and soldiers are trying to ensure just that. in kabul, afghanistan, greg palkot, fox news. bret: former republican presidential candidate john mccain is pushing for more troofs in afghanistan. the arizona senator is part of a delegation visiting the country ahead of thursday's elections. he says the troop level in the suctsern battle zone should
for a larger government role in the u.s. healthcare system is playing out at the same time the incoming president of the canadian medical association is calling her own country's publicly-run system, quote, sick and says that it is, quote, imploding. members continue to spend their august recess attending spirited town halls with increasingly savvy constituents. many now are asking questions about co-ops offered up by key senate democrats as an amount tern tiff to the public option. today, republican senator jon kyl issued this warning. >> harry reid said we're going to have the same type of public option. call call it what you want, it is by any other name, it is a trojan horse. >> asked whether the president would favor co-ops as a viable alternative, robert gibbs said today there is not enough detail yet to make any kind of commit many. bret. bret: shannon, thank you. the country's largest over 50's group says it has lost 60,000 members since july 1 because of its support of healthcare reform. the aarp spokesma
further saying without reform, the entire u.s. economy faces ruin. >> if we don't do something, not only is healthcare going to be in a crisis, but the deficit, we just will not be on a fiscally sustainable path. >> as the financial realities of reform are coming together, there are questions about why tort reform isn't part of the package. one attendee at a town hall this week with democratic congressman jim moran demanded to know why the threat of lawsuits couldn't be reduced. >> there is $200 million over ten years in save ftion we had tort reform. nobody loses about the lawyers. why have we not even considered that? >> moran turned the mike over to a a reform proponent howard dean who gave a surprisingly frank answer. >> here's why tort reform is not in the bill. when you go to pass a really enormous bill like that, the more stuff you put it in it, the more enemies you make. the reason tort he reform is not on the bill because the people who wrote it did not want to take on the trial lawyers in addition to everybody else they were taking on. that is the plain and simple truth. >> the
of trying to push through a major overhaul of the u.s. healthcare system has crowds of a different kind showing up to voice their opinions on president obama and his healthcare reform plans. >> that's really a big problem for a president who is persuasive, but suddenly half the country says i just don't trust him. >> for decades, the healthcare reform message has been altruistic -- coverage for all, but polling shows 91% of americans have health insurance and 84% of them rate it as good or excellent, not the most receptive audience when you're trying to sell remaking the american healthcare system as we know it. >> healthcare is as deeply personal and powerful of an issue as you're going to get. if you can't tell the american people, many of whom have insurance, exactly what's in it for them, that they're going to get taken care of first, that they're going to get security and stability out of this, then you can't actually generate the political will to cover the uninsured. >> brand new polling numbers quantify the growing skepticism over proposals being floated by the president and fel
about republicans, democrats appear divided on strategy. senate democrats have vowed to use, quote, any legislative means necessary, unquote, to win on healthcare, including sidestepping the senate's 60-vote filibuster threshold with an arcane and politically iske maneuver called eck council yation, that would allow them to pass it with 51 votes, an idea some house democrats applaud. >> if republicans don't want to cooperate and work with us, then we may have to go it alone and pass it with just democratic votes. >> democrat mike ross of arkansas told reportedders democrats should not pass any law without bipartisan support. emanuel rereed said democrats may have to start from scratch. >> there is a need to hit the reset button, because i don't think what we are screwing now is of any value -- what we are discussing now is of any value to the american public if we come up with a plan, it will increase the partisanship that is doing enormous damage to the nation. >> bottom line, democrats say they and the president need a better sales pitch. >> we have to do it better, a better job of se
in the u.s.. >> fox has found people who received white house e-mails and suspect but do not know that their names come from gov delivery that distributes government e-mails or freedom works, a grassroots operation. third party groups can pour their membership lists on to a website. >> that doesn't mean that someone who has one of these lists can't write a little piece of software or a little script that automates the process so that they use the one-time input of an e-mail form, but they run their entire list through it. >> to try to stop that, the white house added what is known in internet lingo as a katcha, squiggly letters that a website adds so it knows it is dealing with a human, not a website program. they call in is significant internet snafu. >> they are making it possible so people don't misuse whitehouse.gov and from that point they failed, so the explanation is not thorough, and in my view, the blame is not placed where it should be. they should look in the mirror instead of pointing the finger at third parties. >> the third-party argument from the white house is a th
bone and skull fragments were shot down of after u.s. officias received new information from an iraqi citizen. military doctors are also running d.n.a. tests on those remains. one healthcare reform proposal would cost the government virtually nothing and already has bipartisan support. why haven't you heard about it? and a kiss is just a kiss between iran's president and its supreme leader. he ran off with his secretary! she's 23 years old! - oh, come on. - enough! you get half. and you get half. ( chirp ) team three, boathouse? ( chirp ) oh yeah. his and hers. - ( crowd gasps ) - ( chirp ) van gogh? ( chirp ) even steven. - ( chirp ) mansion? - ( chirp ) good to go. ( grunts ) timber! ( chirp ) boss? what do we do with the shih-tzu? - ( chirp ) joint custody. - dog: phew... announcer: get work done now. communicate in less than a second with nextel direct connect. only on the now network. deaf, hard of hearing and people with speech disabilities access www.sprintrelay.com. bep in news around the world, starting in the philippines, tens of thousands converged on streets an
don't use. it is a language of dictators, and the tactic here is chicago-style politics. it is disgraceful. bret: i would never describe you as sanguine, certainly not on this show. mahmoud ahmadinejad is sworn in as a iranian president for a second term, coming up. to stay in tune with life after 50, i switched to a complete multivitamin with more. only one a day women's 50+ advantage... has gingko for memory and concentration... plus support for bone and breast health. just what i need. one a day women's. so metlife removed the guesswork. combining two essential insurances, term life and disability in one surprisingly affordable package. strengthen your safety net and find out how affordable it can be at metlife.com. >> nobody in iran is waiting for your congratulations. the ir iranian nation does not give congratulations to your smiles. >> the president is reaching out in order to ensure they don't develop a nuclear he weapons program. those will continue to be our goals. >> does the administration recognize that ahmadinejad is the legitimate president of iran? >> he
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